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Juvenile Jubilee - I Don't Want To Walk Without You


Topics soundie


featuring Kay Lorraine, Merle Pitt's Five Shades of Blue, and Frank Wilcox as the porter

Song originally from the Paramount Picture "Sweater Girl"


Run time 3:01
Producer Castle Films
Audio/Visual sound, b&w

Reviews

Reviewer: filmbuff63 - - April 28, 2012
Subject: rare
These represent the rarest of the rare of Castle films,
Reviewer: Pixiecherries - - August 24, 2007
Subject: Nostalgic
This is actually very quaint. Yes the african american servant stereotype makes me want to gag, but that is just the way it was back then. I think he is marvellous and the highlight of the clip. I still appreciate the artistic and nostalgic value. Hollywood was into creating a dreamy view of life back then that really didn't exist and I think it is a good record of how things used to be.
Reviewer: ERD - - February 13, 2006
Subject: Breezy dated musical number
Attempted to be light- I don't like sterotypes, and while the music is nice, the collegate visualization is now very dated.
Reviewer: Spuzz - - May 19, 2005
Subject: Make way!
Once again, we have a soundie that shoves everything under the sun!
1) Female and effeminate singers, CHECK!
2) strange dancing CHECK!
3) Oldest College Graduates CHECK!
4) Black Stereotypes? CHECK! (but liked his dancing, and I can bet you those items were cemented to the tray)
It was an alright Soundie I guess..
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